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One-two punch of flood and snow takes toll on W.Va.
CHRIS DORST | Gazette
One-two punch of flood and snow takes toll on W.Va.

A day off from school. A ride on a sled. A white-knuckle drive to work. A cold day without power. Thursday’s snowstorm — which fell atop Wednesday’s flooding in West Virginia — was a lot of things to a lot of people, and...

One-two punch of flood and snow takes toll on W.Va.
One-two punch of flood and snow takes toll on W.Va.

A day off from school. A ride on a sled. A white-knuckle drive to work. A cold day without power. Thursday’s snowstorm — which fell atop Wednesday’s flooding in West Virginia — was a lot of things to a lot of people, and...

Beef tenderloin, shrimp and lobbyist money on menu at Senate dinner

With the legislative session in full swing, 32 of West Virginia’s 34 state senators took time off the evening of Feb. 18 to honor Senate President Bill Cole, R-Mercer, while dining on whole tenderloin of beef, iced jumbo shrimp and oysters on...

Charleston candidates miss campaign finance deadline

With only days leading up to Charleston’s primary election, 21 candidates haven’t turned in their pre-primary finance reports.

Among those candidates are Republican mayoral candidate Joshua Scott and Democratic mayoral candidate...

In unsealed filings, Blankenship claims ‘vindictive’ prosecution

Hundreds of pages of documents from the Don Blankenship criminal case were ordered unsealed Thursday by a federal appeals court, giving the public its first detailed look at the former Massey CEO’s argument that he is the...

House Education Committee approves charter schools bill

After more than three hours of discussion and votes on amendments that lasted until nearly midnight Wednesday, the House Education Committee passed a bill to allow charter schools in West Virginia.

The move came despite opposition from teacher...

Bryant retires as head of WVAHC
Bryant retires as head of WVAHC

For Perry Bryant, the founder and executive director of West Virginians for Affordable Health Care, the last decade has been a privilege — one marked by both challenges and triumphs.

“I’ve been very fortunate. I think of Lou ...

Thousands expected at Saturday labor rally

Thousands of West Virginia workers plan to travel to the state Capitol to attend the “Mountaineer Workers Rising” rally at noon on Saturday to protest what they believe is an “anti-worker agenda” being promoted by the state ...

Gun rights supporters, law enforcement face off at Capitol
Gun rights supporters, law enforcement face off at Capitol

Gun rights supporters and law enforcement officers struck an uneasy tension at the state Capitol Thursday, largely staying separate from one another as they argued on opposite sides of a bill that would allow anyone in West Virginia, age 18 and older, ...

Things to do today: March 6, 2015

MARSHALL PETTY & THE GROOVE: 5 to 8 p.m. Free. 5 Corners Cafe, corner of Delaware Avenue and Virginia Street. Call 304-205-7817.

BALLROOM THIEVES AND QUIET: 8 p.m. Tickets $18.50. Soundcheck Series debut. Clay Center. Call 304-561-3570 or visit...

Gun control poll says state residents against permit repeal

A majority of West Virginians oppose legislation to repeal permit requirements in the state’s concealed carry gun law, according to a poll of 500 likely 2016 voters conducted this week for Everytown for Gun Safety, a national pro-gun regulation ...

Woman wins case against water company in Kanawha

A jury in Charleston ruled against West Virginia American Water Company on Wednesday and awarded a former insurance claims adjuster $500,000 in a tortious interference case.

While working for Travelers Insurance, Nicole Clevinger handled claims ...

Winter’s last hurrah? Temperatures plummet again; more snow

PHILADELPHIA – Winter could have at least one more blast for much of the U.S. after the late-season snow stops falling: Record low temperatures are in the forecast for dozens or cities.

By midday Thursday, a strong cold front moving...

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